With 5G rolling out at home and around the world, it makes sense to get ready for a new generation of networking with a phone that can keep up. But, you don't want to grab a 5G smartphone only to find out that it only works on a handful of 5G networks and won't connect to 5G when you go abroad. The Nokia 8.3 5G paves a clear path into the 5G future.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is an incredible device and is already ahead of its time, but you'll want to make sure you protect your investment. Here are the best screen protectors that you can get for the S10 5G.
T-Mobile's analysis of recent Ookla speed test results shows that Verizon's 5G network is the slowest overall. T-Mobile claims that the DSS technology Verizon uses for 5G isn't up to the task and also hurts LTE performance.
Are you keen to be a 5G early adopter, jumping on the superfast data speeds on the go? You'll need a new phone for that, and if you're in the U.K., these are the ones to get in the early days of the 5G rollout.
T-Mobile has the most 5G coverage and a great plan for building its 5G network into the future though speeds are far from breathtaking. AT&T and Verizon are catching up with a strong combination of mmWave and sub-6 5G available to consumers with the right phone.
DISH Network is working with Qualcomm to accelerate the deployment of its 5G network. With Qualcomm's RAN platforms, DISH will be able to fast track its rollout of the nation's first cloud-native, Open RAN-compliant 5G network.
Visible customers are stuck using Verizon's LTE network for now, but for most people, that's more than enough speed. Support for Verizon's nationwide 5G network is in the works and is coming to compatible phones soon but don't expect any benefits just yet.